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Second of two volume set on carbon dioxide corrosion mechanism. Collection of technical articles & conference papers over the past 30 years. Metallurgical and microstructural aspects of steel play a role in this corrosion mechanism. 2017 NACE
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Second of 2-volume set on carbon dioxide corrosion mechanism. Collection of technical articles & conference papers over 30 years. How the metallurgical & microstructural aspects of steel play a role in this corrosion mechanism. 2017 NACE E-Book
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